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Do the People of Albuquerque Want the llesa Tract to Slip Into Private Hands? We Think Not!
Y. M. C. A.
building ii just
aa good as built.
ICilU ,, niHiut iho Mew Pari
Trail In Tim Herald lotlayi thru do.
tide If h mini to permit yonr illy
government Pi h-t It slip.
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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1014.
tub evf.ni.no mcHAi.n
YOU 4. No. log.
HI 11 (I B II R G
New York Financial Expert
Reconsider! Request that
President Withdraw His
WILL NOT GO BEFORE
Active Fight Will be Made for
Confirmation by Adminis
tration on Floor of Senate if
Dy I .eased Wire ui Wnmine nersJd.)
Wsiditiigtoii, July K. Ily
le of T lit I Hie scttalc hank
ing committee lutlay njittctl dm
nomination of Tlitniasa l. Juncw
ft I lil'-ago, a a rmtiila-r of Hh
ftih-lal ri-MTlr btaxrtl. Action oil
Hi?" nomination of lmil . War
hiir r Xcn York was Indefin
W'uhhlugtou. July Paul
Warburg, the New Y"rk banker,
linn reconsidered hla reiical
that President Wilaon withdraw
hla nomlnulion aa a member of
the federal reserve boa id on the
condition thai he will not eon
aenl l,i appear before the aenale
banking eommlltca to be cross
examined. After receipt of a telegram
from Mr. Warburg today It waa
aii Id hy ofhi'iala rl'we to the
preetdvnt that an artlve fight
would be niaile for Ihe confirm
ation. Il waa declared that
should ihe hanking committee
fall tu report the nomination
favoralily the president expects
the annate, aa a whole, to ail.
Mr. Warburg's telegram to
Ihe president waa not given out,
but after Ita receipt nflliials at
Ihe White I Ilium! aaid ihe name
would not be withdrawn.
The Warburg Humiliation waa
rilauuaeed only Informally to
day by lb' committee It look
up In detail the nomination of
Tliomaa I). Jonee of Chlcuao.
Peaking of 'hla Inalalence that
I'aul Warburg be confirmed. I'reat
den Wilaon aild today he believed
the country waa In favor of the ap
point merit and that he would con
tinue to aland behind hla nominee.
The president explained hla up-
peat of Mr. Jonee by aaltig Ih.tt he
had known nun for more than twen
ly yeara and that on many matteis
he trueted Mr. Jonee' Judgment net
ler than he did hla nan, oul did nt
Include polltlial uuealiona in that
rati gory, however.
FACED STORM OF LEAD
FROM BOTH SIDES
ftf Ijraard Wire in Evening IlargHl.t
Waahlnalon. July 9. The forty
two American and 1'uerlo lluan ref-
ixera who were rescued t 1'uerm
I'lata Junti ! by I'ntted hlaiea sail-
EVIDENCE 1Y HOT 1MIIT
lilCTUT OF MRS.
By leaaed Wire to EeiUn Herald. J
MlneoU. X. Y.. July It Is not
al till certain that there will ho
ennugh evidence for an Indictment1
against Mra. Carman, thaigi'd with
Ihe murder of Mra. laiuise llalley.
This waa the opinion that Assistant
Ixatrlct Attorney Weeks expressed
Mrs. Carman's ease was expected
to come up before th grand Jury
late lodsy, hut, according to Mr.
Weeks, the number of witnesses !
be examined precludes the possibility
of an Indictment today.
Ileorge Levy, counsel for Mrs. Car
man, today obtained a seven ptea al
fkdavli from Mlsa Flora luynor. sh"
was with KIwouH llardes, an Insur
ance agent, on th night of the mur
!er. 1 1 was It.irtes' testimony thai
he had seen a woma:i running away
troin the window of Dr. Carman
of Ilea after the shot was fired that
waa the direct cause of Mra. Car
man's arrest. Mra. Ituynor'a affi
davit contradicts Important parte ol
Meyer Newman, who said thai a
friend of hla now in Kansaa '"
epliited away a lilntnl f,,r Mra. Car
man, was arrested charged with
carrying m PUlol loday.
ore ntirt revenue cutter nun. were
exposed lo the fire of both llomlnl-
ran federals ami Iatgnllstita. accord
ing to an official report received here
today. The firing became ao heavy
June 3 'tin that lh rnnnviil hail to
postponed, lint the lien! day hunts
from the battleship Honth Carolina
mmln the rescue. Ilullct fell all
In. m then but the rrfWferg were
landed utionrd the revenue cutter Al
lioiniulii with none Injured.
STRIKE BRL AKER3 GO
PLANT AT PITTSBURG
(H liraartf Wire lo riming nrrslnV
Pittsburgh, Jury . Krvrrai thou-
wind striker hurried lo the Weet-
Inghnuse factories In Knit Pittsburgh
enrly today when II reported
thill three cure loaded wilh workmen
from lielrolt and Philadelphia were
coming. The Iraln had arrived ear
lier, however, and Inter Iheae men
aere Joined by other said to have
been employed In Pittsburgh. ne
man was arrested by tho iroopera for
using aluiHlve language, nml W. It.
Foley, a member of the fir ike com
mittee, was placed under boiida to
keep he iir.
Will of Inmlly to Kulehtc.
Council Hluffs. Iowa. July .
William lierdler. aHed 22, romniltted
sulfide here today with poison lie
In the fifth suicide In a family of
eight, hla mother and three sister
having taken their Uvea .within u few
HUERTA IS BUYING
FRUIT TREES III
Consignment of Several Hun
dred Shipped to the Peaceful
Agricultural Bucolic of
H laarl Wire lo Evening flerabl l
4 ItiMheater. X. Y.. July
Vlrtorlana Huerta la tho owner
of a roiialKnmetit of a vi ral bun-
ilred trull Ituva awaiting ahlp-
mrnl from here lo Mexlru. The
Ireea were piirebaaed at a aub-
urban nuraery aome lime ago
and have lne been hauled
Irom tne depot lo another acca-
tug a railroad that would guar-
antee delivery. The lnkawan- V
na a.iepteil the ahlpment to-
ilnt . '.nit at ownera' rixk.
FORMER MAYOR BUSSE
OF CHICAGO IS DEAD
( fi leased Wire lo r.eewlng Herald 1
rhlcago, July . Kred A. Ituaae,
former mayor of t'hicago, and lor
yeara a well known ICepublli an oll
In in r. died today at hla homo. lie
had been ab k for many weeka nn'l
waa taken to hla home from Mercy
FIVE FATALLY HURT AS
FURNACE BLOWS UP
Illy Lrxanl Wire o Kvrnlng Herald.?
Cleveland. II, July 2 Klltt
men were Injured, five probably fa
tally, when gaa exploded In a furnace
of the forrlaan-Mi Kinney Iron com
pany here thie afternoon. Thirteen
of Ihe Injur. il are In a hoepltal.
Dominion Mairuao leit.
lion healer. X. H . July Henry
!l. Kmeraon. a liit-mlirr of Ihe li
minion narliament and for three
veara mlolater of rallwaya and taltnl
In Mr Wilfred lurlei a Lllwral tab
Inel. tiled today, aged l yeara.
Pistrlct Attorney Kmlth and coun
sel for Mrs. Carman agreed this ii-
ternoon to postpone Ihe examination
of Mra. Carman, net for htxl Mon
day, until a week from next Monua).
IVtlHsrett lo ITennl ( lav
Kreeport. N. Y.. July . With Mra.
Florence Conkliu Carman In the
county Jail al Minroia. cnurgen woo
Ihe murdiir of Mra. Louise llalley on
the night of Juno 0 lust. InetrM
Attorney Hnillh today wua prepared
to go before Ihe grand lury and be
gin the presentation of his case
against Ihe accused woman.
line of the first wltiicasra. It was
announced, would be Klwood T. I'-ar-dee.
the Insurance agent, whose les-
llmony yesterday before Coroner
Norton caused thai official lo issue
Ihe warrant for Mrs. Carman's ar
rest. Haides Is also ht Id In lha Jail
in Mlneola as .-. ma'erlal wltneas, the
priHH-cutor having ordered hla deten
ton ao thai he would lie on hand
when wanted to repeal his alory lhal
he saw a woman near the entrant to
Hr. farmiin'a ofllce an Instant r'r
Ihe shot was fired that killed Mrs.
Halley. His description of the wom
an rnrrespunded with that of Mis.
Manifestations of Course Like
ly to be Taken by Adminis
tration to Meet New Situa
tion in Mexico' Looked for
FALL OF GUADALAJARA
IS REPORTED TODAY
Indications are that Campaign
Against Federal Forces is
Proceeding Smoothly With
(Hy la-aaed Wre lo F.teniiig Herald
Waahington, July 9. That the
Waahlnglcii govern:nent would give
within a few days some inaiilloU
tinii of Ihe policy it iiiIciuIh lo pur
auu lo meet any nen develupriit lit in
Ihe Mcnli.in nltuatlon waa the beliel
expreKMed loilay In many uu.irluts.
rrealdenl vVilnon a.l'l lua all-rs
allll awaited tilflciul liifirmaUo:i ol
Ihe conalltulion.ilinla' attitude lownlil
a propoged peine conlerencc uitli
Huertu'a envuya. They Ucclintd to
itiinment on lepnria pai'ilully coii
tii:uud In WaahiiiKton lo the tlfc I
that the revolutionary leadt-ra would
not Mglte to a parit y.
I'riinuuly the dtflinie expreBKion ol
ita plana for the future wtl not be
made by the American go eminent
until the propoaltlon of Ihe tinidr
ence la aeltled anil apecltic Informa
tion on the extent of the Vllla-l'ar-r
u na agreement Is readied. The
status ff mediation proceedings and
disposition of tho American troops at
Vera Crux are two of the pressing
fenlurea hanging on the ultimate at
titude of the conniltutiouuliHtH toward
Ihe proponed peace meeting.
Military leaders of the colistilll-
lionallala among whom Cairanra is
taking a vole, atrongly were oppoiieil
lo the Idea of any parley, it wa
said. They want to folio out Ihe
"plan of tSu.idalupc," their present
form of .principles.
That outlines the establishment ol
g military government after the tap-
lure of Mexico city and pacification
of the country under martial law
Tears acre expreaaed today during
the development of that program the
estrangement between Carranxa ami
Villa might again crop oul. While
reports fioin Torreon stated Ihe dis
agreement between Ihe two t'hiels
hud been settled lh re remained an
undercurrent of comment Indicating
thai the truce was only temporary
Tb movement today of Villa's
iroopa northward from their 7.a-ate
as campaign was explained by stale
niMiK from some tiuurters thai the
I'lilted Stateii and a few European
nations had urged that the northern
aeneral be nol allowed to reach M
ten Cltv. Adniinlalratlon officials de
clined to comment on such reports.
That the constitutionalist military
campaign waa progressing without
the Immediate co-operation of Villa
waa Indicated In ofli. lal revolution
sry reporis that tteneral Obrcgon a
northwestern forces had lM-aten back
an army of federals almost at the
galea of tluadalajara. nbregon s.ild
ha believed his men would capture
the i lly without much more acrloua
Hroitably hla forces would be un
able, II was said, tu attack Hutrtu's
fup',(al without help.
KfcMI-OFIH MI. lini'llT
or r.u r ;r.uu..vni
Nogalcs. Honora. July . tinaditla
Jara, ihe second largest city of Mex
ico, haa fallen before the attack ol
Cener.il Alvaru nbiegon, according
lo Information received by constitu
tionalist officials hero today. lua
miis, a seupnrt of the slate of hon
ors, which has held out for more
than a ear, Is about lo be evacuated,
according tu Ihe same source of In
7.1 II Ml M il l- IIOPFH
lllll l-'.WOII slll.K NKWKIl
Washington, July V Itafat-I Zu
huran. confidential agent here t.l
fieneral Carraiisa. Saul l"dy lhaf
kii- l,.. I,.. .1 received no word as t
Ihe attitude of Ihe cotiBtllutlonallsl
chler lowarda Ilia ,1'loposcd Ititormal
t..i. eoliferencea Wilh tieneral
lluerta'a represenlal Ivt s. he had h
no means lost hope of s favorable
Zuburan and his as.M-lain, Luis
hrera Imllialiiil they would continue
their efforts to bring about Ihe eon
(i.niu ami that probably one ol
their Junta here would leave in
A or two for Rullllio lo pleas the
argument In person.
HOl'hK WIM. "T I'FHMIT
AtlTTIOX OVKII .MF.HHO
Washington, July Actitig in i
cord with atata department recom
mendations, th,.l it wus unwise lo
agitata Ihe Mexico quest Inn ri ft n
cress al the time. Ihe house foreign
altalrs commltiea today voted to re
pon uofavoiably the Kabn resola
Hon calllim for Information of al
leged official itaaurancc that -oiihII-
ttillonniiHla mluht Import nrniN from
Ihe rnitrd Ht.itoe by Way of I'U'iu
(ftrnun ulnr 'ai- Mnaallnn,
fin lionrd V. P. M. 'n I Tor ulit. Mil
(atlan. July 'y WlteicKa lo fan
lileao, July t. lii'lleved by Ibe Her
man rrulM-r Irf-lpilc. Ibe erulaer Nil
renbera bit Mmuitlan toilay for b'-r
regular aiallon with the Herman A"l
alle Heel. The return will be made
to Hun Franelaen. The Xiirenbeig,
the flrxl warnhlp of hi r nationnllty
aenl lo the wet ennat of Mexico
alme a long period, wim liKpiiti hel
from the Aalallc alatlon when llo
altiiatloti In Mexico became ncule, nr.
rlMng hen In Nnveinber. I13. Iter
commander, l'aft.iln Von Hi-hoen-bcrg.
haa worked In almolute har
mony wilh Hear A l in 1 1 ii I Howard,
commamllng Ihe I lilted Matea fleet.
In giving valuuble m-nl'i'ii lo ull na
tion. The Mexican federal gunboat
tiuerri ro I' ft iSuiiviiiiih tmbiy ft
Hauta KoMallil. Aim-rli mitt w ho Joint d
In the eXodua from Oiiiiymua ion nil
montba ago lire ri ported lo be re
turning. WHEAT PRICES STAY
HIGH Ifl SPITE
OF HE CROP
World Crop is not up to Aver
age and More than Usual Di
version May be Expected
May Use as Stock Feed.
(Ily ls-asctf Wire to Etenleuj nrrstil.)
Washington. July . Iicsplie a
wheat crop estimate this year of tUa,
anil, 000 bushels, tile largent on rec
ord, no hope la held out hy tho de
partment of agriculture for greatly
reduced prices. Kuch a large crop
would augur very 'ow prices, accord
ing to a statement 4olay. were 11 not
that the world crops of wheat and
competing grains do not prom'se
more than the average of recent
years, llealdea, rt. re than tile usual
diversion of wheat from Ita use as
food lo feed for stock may be ex
pected lieeause of Ihe present rela
tively short supply of corn in sections
where there Is a promise of abund
With corn selling In Kanwis for
about seven rents more a bushel than
wheal. II is not surprising, officials
say. that much wheat should he con
Humed as feed by animals.
WILL GO TO RESCUE
OF THE UK
By Ijwsrd Wtre. ts ftwm'.iis Herald. 1
Seattle. Wash.. July t. The rev
enue culler Hear with Captain Uob
ert A. ltiiriletl, lale of Ihe Stefans
son exploring sb Karluk, will sail
from Nome, according to advices re
reiver! today, prooably within i
week for Wriiinodl Island, otf the
oast of Aliifkn. Hi tiike off eighteen
white men anil f ur esklmos, one ol
Ihem a woman, who have been on
the isl.ind since March 10. when the
arrived from the
gcciif. of the wreck
of Ihe Karluk.
crushed by the b
The Karluk was
i, Janiinry 10. north
The men look nil
of Herald Island
off the ship and
Placed them on
ihe be. also every
thing of value
.n the boat, which
ay. Herald 1hI.hh!
sunk the next
was In sight to
partita set out f
unable to land.
ihe South, and two
'i' the laiund but wer"
of their experiences
i, Ottawa was taken
sent hy llartiett
lo mean tlvt th.
fiariea did nol nt"
st'tX -sapi'Jiuoi jam p.iuioi spiutii.,!
however, ltallteti nam yesieroay.
an error. The whole party made
their way o Wi .ngell Islam). Th
Itartlett and an Mskimo a-id a team
of dona set out er me o v inr .
Citoe Hlheria. mi l crossed tho Hiber
lao peninsula to Behrlng sea. final
Iv anivlnu at Nome. Ahoiit the mini'
time a party of men went back ove
the ice lo get MJPpliea lert at tn
scene of Ihe wr- k It Is o lie aiip
posed that thev returned aafely. as
Ihe doR-sled .lotrney ' neilher
long nor dangerous.
Tlie white linn now on Wr.-mS'll
Island are Hi
uen, assistant topu-
ter J'orin "-Mack.iy,
H. M.illoch. i'"l-
iird McKlnlcy. mas
r Anderson. fsrst
ro. first engineer:
oglsl: Itjatno Mi
giapher; lr. Alb
ogist: Wlllism 1.
mule: John Ma
Charles Parter, eciind matt ; Ho'a ri
Williamron. se'ond engineer; K, W.
M slier, fireman. Ueorge llreddy. fire
man: John I'rotlv. Tho:nn Morris. H
King. A. Willis "S. se imeii: ponert
Tcmpleion. alewarl: Kriest Chsse.
cabin boy. Mo far as known none ol
the men Buffered any serious mlshih
Th..v have abundance of food and
clothing and have excelled dog
teams. With the return of the wlld
fowl In th spring they were side ml
things Irom iittn.nkao lo roasl duck. I
Interstate Commerce Commis
sion Delivers Terrible In
dictment for Use of Bribes
by Southern Railroads.
EVIL REACHES INTO
ALL WALKS OF LIFE
From Federal Bench to Sheriff
Who Summons Jury and
from Senate to Local Politi
cian, all are Tied Up.
(I)y Ls-wacd Wire to ;ruiig llergtiLI
Witxlil.'iKlon, July 11. t 'bar. tctt-i us
ing the iliHlribulKui of lite tiausior
tlitloti by r.ulloails Us U lllclciiti to
I til,. Inet II u I H iiib ol a tree people, the
'Inlelstat looiliii-ri e ciijiiiiikkhIoii In-
da rt-poltcd to Ibe senate the rcsultf
of Ha Inv est iKations uioler Seii.iloi
Lea's rinolution ii 1 1 t , , iig uiist Ihe
laoiiKVille At Niihv illc nail Ibu .VuHli
Mile, Chattanooga and ,Kl l.ouis rail-
iad. The report ms that ilur.iiu
ihe year til lJl t. tin. two toad dix
Irlbiited lice piiset-a representing
mole than I l.uoii.liail miles of travel.
allied at 3lii,:''iii.til. to inoi'o limn
34.000 linllv iduals in every walk ol
The report says tho I.ouiavillii Ht
Nashville gave Hi the following num
bers; I lilted Unites senators, 1; rep
resentatives, V. oilier Lotted rttntea
officials, i:i'j; slue ac Minors, I.
state representatives, Z.I-3; nihil
Slate I'fll'iuls. 1.T6I; Judges, D9.
The Nashville, Ch.ittanoii;a Ht.
lunula nave to Cnitcl rttntes offivl , In
oiher than memla rs of congress, l.'.l.
state senators, .'.."ill; stute rcprcen-
t. Hives, X.Ct'.i; other slate olfnl.U.
JiliUes, 1 7 0.
The coiii.nisNion Informed the acli
nic that while 11 could Ihhuc no ol
der In the special Investigation pur
sued under Ihe rei-olution, II was
maki'ig a general investigation in
which It Intends to Issue an ordci
ili'.ilniK with the pi.otlie.
niwusxing Us f iiutingH, the. com
'in order properly lo com pile the
reiiulred information liets i.f pioH
hoblers In the various cl.is.-ies Well-
prepared. ."'uch IIM rcvc.il 111,' man
lier in whl'li I lo se a t riers ha
dipped linn practically every dom.iin
of public and private hie, throusli
the insiriimcntality of tbu free pass.
'There Is gcnri elj u walk of lilc
which Is not rept esenle,'. tn this pro-
cealon of recipients of pastes, frou
the filler, il bench to th,- I'x'nl pel
It ic in tt and the sheriff who suiiiiiioiih
"The Ihreada represented by the
pusses tie thoiis.itulK of c:ilenH lo the
carrier throush liiiiuopcr rel.itiotiF
The link of inoialilv nlli-tted by Ihe
facts here compiled Is a menace i
the liistltutiutis of a free pio.ile
"These tilixctia, who se'l their In
nut-in ,- oil it,, as linn h as though they
accepted money briia-s. seem to he
as willing to be lied as Iho carrier
aro ready to tie them. Men pleda
their influence quietly In the home
school or club houses In Ihe protea
stuns, In business, l:i city ciiutuilf
and administrative hoards. Ill courts
of him cc. It; txccuiive halls and .it
UNION OFIICERS HAVE
BUTTE MEN GUESSING
Illy laast d Wlro to r.venpig Herald.
l,utl, Mu.'H., July ' I ic t muni
:n loilllil. III., WllcltalioulS ol u If
seven uli'u-eia of thu iliieriuilio.iiil
null unions wliu III iho lahl two
lla)S had '"HI Icpollid " lltcll
wai tu I'.uUc lu luteal. gate the labor
kllUatloll hill- A ICpoll lioai lie,
ilia lat nulil said lliil ihe labor
U-aiicia bad It U llulc al l n- u 1"'
The tim:i who arc keeping !u"e
gtivesilig .is to ibcir whcit-aiiouis ana
pill posts all! Ldward MtMolruW. ol
Chtcaao, ol the am el ar iin-i,
union; J. T. H u n. rcjocM tiling thu
L.ikllS. James Cotlk. of llm Pallll
tis: Thomas Van Iaci, of the
hllllstk. Hun 'oif. f I"1 bl.uk
siiutli.; W . il. I'.ier. ol tho tun i
woikt rs. and W. A. t'ole. of tlic car
penters. The labor let. It is wirc tu t rii.--lured
at any of lha hotels lu re I"1'
:ilght,. bawl olii't'ia of unions wnh
which I hey are affiliated krn iiotli
lug of their w hci eal.o itii and I'ae.ir
I'arieluw, secretary ol the Miiuscu
huile Federation ol l.di"r sain iii-n
If they were In the illy li did roil
know it. Thomaa le. of the vli-c-
ttlcal woikots, aptii: a fvw hour Hi
PuH on Tucili, but II la said ho
Ii r l lh.it fM'Innu l,,r llie smith.
The mily liiein.iiion.il officer of a
craft uiiin who culd nr round In
the city was TiiMin.it H'.ck. of the
el t ii i I il l 1 1 Ii on a in ki t k' union. He
denied that h had any ktiowledKO ol
any Investmiilion by iiilcrnxt ionn oT
ficetK. He said be was looe on busl-m-i
solily for In niganixalioti ntid
ile. (ireil tluil he knew nothing of
:iny arrangement lh.it would bring
tllll Olfiltia lllellliolled to Hunt.
FAMOUS BOARD WALK
Ily Is-aactl Wire to Freiiltij Herald.
ijueliec, Inly !.-- I he Iioiirdwalk
on I mill t in Terra' e. ij'icbec'a famous
thoro'titlilare overlooking the Ml.
Ijiwreiee river) i a'lulit fire today
ami for n time Ibiealelicd tho Cha
teau Front, .inn- hotel.
nver Mm feet of the terrace col
lapsed shortly h' foie X o't lock and
It waa feared that the stone walls
ov -et look lint 1 'li.tini'Um ward, a I'-nti-ment
diflrii t. would soon fall.
The tire was aettlnit beyond con
trol of the llremen A I 2 o'clock l'o
houses were on Hie and Ihe llamea
were iiKhIii talitig Ihelr way towards
the I 'bateau Front, tiar.
At :i o'clui K the file was still rug
I in, but the firemen seemed to he
gelling Ihe upper hiir.d.
line Hill. I ,,f the lerr.ice had been
iloKlroyeil tt tit I four houses partly lie
stroved win n the fl uiii a wete finally
l WRECKED ROADS
Foreclosure of $68,000,000
'Frisco Mortagage Asked in
St. Louis. New Haveu
Stock Hits New Bottom.
Ily Learcd Wire lo enlng lleraltl.1
St. Louia, July . Foreclosure !
mortgugu of )i.fiKi),00 on the Ht.
I.ouls fan Kranclmo railroad was
ked in the I nlted States district
court toilay by the liuarnniy 1 rusi
company of New York. The Krisco
now la in the hands of tec-elvers.
The petition neks that the inorl-
K.'ii;e tie iieciareu a viinii lieu nl
the properly which it covers, which
Includes a large purl of the Krisco
s.vstem. The mortgage wns given i"
secure a series of refuiidlng 4 'er
cenl bonds Issued In l'M. 1 lie pe
tition says that the iiccruetl Interest
oil the boilils lit l. 347,1100.
ev Haven Mis It Tumble.
New York. July New Haven
railroad shares fell to a n- low rec
oid today, selling at i.' soon ul"i
the opening i f ihe slock market. The
previous low price was ti ; -u . made a
lew days ami. The company's dif
ferences with the federal K"V ci n rnctil
in lonneiilon with the I lost on &
Main" road are believed lo he re
sponsible for renewed ll'iuidatitoi in
New Haven stocks.
New I Liven fell lo l7 later but
recovered a sni'slaiitiul Iraetion by
NAVY HAS MYSTERIOUS
NEW EXPLOSIVE OF
I fly Is-aact! Vr lo r.senlng lle.-ald.)
Noifolk. 'a., J ii I V . A heavy
steel caisson, modelled llfl'T Ihe
new diea-lu'iughl IVr.nsylVHnla.
and used us' a target he.-e today,
was so luidly dainaued hy new
navy shell during a test ihut It
was taken to dry dock. The
Pew explosive is o. ly milllil' d
by Ihe linvv and delai's of Ibe
IchI proli.thly never will be llludc
tjiianiiiliiii galn-t New Oilcans.
Col 'ii. July ' The f.inlt.iry a"
Ihoniies here have imposed a nu.ir
.niliiie on all arrivals li.aii New ' il -I,
n FOOD TELLS PRESIDENT
BUSINESS coins no
(Ily Is-a-a-tl Wire lo leering Hiiald.) ,
Wa-litiiton, Jiih 9.- npliiinslii
views of I, islncss toiiditlotia were
presented . to President Wilson o(la
by llenrv I'oi.l, the I tl rr.lt nianu
fa, 'Inter, iliii.ng uti hour's confi rem e
at Die While lltin.f Mr. Koru lopl
tile preTiileltt he baW no ev idi lices of
anv soil of liuiu,i-s ili i rceHion. psv -choloai,
al or oihitw se. and said
th it in li t opinion bnsiiiei-a was get
ting la H, i ,l the litnc.
"Their i. ii 'sohHtly iin.liinu wr"ng
Uhll bllsloeeS." Mr. Kuril told the
plteetelit. '"i'lie flily trouble is that
sotnu pi npl" fvelil preeiilll.-tlc It
evi l oii.. .-. 1.1 only t hi-er up unii
atleiiil In Ihelr business this calamity
talk Would slop llilllieiltati l."
'I'll., president and Mr, Kurd dis
cussed tit trust bills lu a general
Equal Suffrage Resolution and
Salary Regardless of Sex for
Equal Service Approved by
N. E. A.
JORDAN PRESIDENT BY
Place to Teach Sex-Hygiene is
in the Home Declare Educa
tors in Resolution Loaded
with Common Sense.
tlly Iacl Wlro t. rrcnlng lleraltl.1
Hi. I'aul. Minn., July 9. Ir. David
.tturr Jordan of Lelaml Stanford uni
versity wns elected president of lha
National Kdurallomil association al
Ihe uiinual business meeting today.
He was iiiiuppoacd. President Hwaln
automatically became first vlcB pres
ident. The leport of tho committee 'in
resolutions approving woman suf
frage mid eiunl pay for leathers re
gardtcas of sex wua adopted without
Regarding woman suffrage the res
. "The association regarda efficiency
mid merit, rather than sex, as the
principle on which appointment and
selections should he muds and there
fore declare Itself In favor of Ihe
political equality of Ihe sexes and
tijilal pay for riUal services."
Women delegates were elated at
the adoption of the report and de
clared they had Won notable vic
tory. Another report slating that the
salaries of teachers should he "In
creased and ad Justed to the stand
ards of living required by the Amer
ican teacher," was adopted.
1'hyslcal inspection of school chil
dren was approved by Ihe commit
tee which recommended also dental
inspection. The report waa adopted.
Kegarding sex hygiene the com
mittee directed attention lo the
'gruve dangers. ethical and gin lal.
iiilHlng oul of asx ollhciouslli
stimulated by undue emphasis on sex
problems and relations." and iirg "i
parental care and Instruction on the
subject. If taken up In schoola the
auoject should he handled delicately
and by persons qualified by scientific
training and teaching experience In
order to assure a safe, moral point of
view, the resolut'on said. It was
Another resolution adopted said:
"The assoclnlion commends the
moral self restraint on the pari of
the president of the I'nlted Stalea In
dealing wilh the Mexican situation
and indorses heartily his policy that
the Ciiiiiil Stales does not aim at
territorial aggrandisement .
inhcr iiffteera elected are:
Vice president. Uroce " Hlraban.
New York. Walter It Millers, Idaho;
Mrs Helen llefferan. Illinois: .1. W.
Itrister. Tennessee; Isabel William.
Minnesota; It. . Stenrns. Vlrglini.
Mrs Jostphliit Preston. Washington:
.! tl. Collicott. Indiana: Mrs. Cora L
Lewis. Kansas. K. 1- Cook. SoulU
1 1, . kola.
Treasurer, lines M. Fhcpperd.
Sci rct.irv Springer's term did not
cxp'te t his year, ,
way. ss well as the buauics situation.
i 'tibials i Iosh to the president said
he was giealiy encouraged by his
lnlK with Mr. Void and that he had
been further strengthened in his '!'
lei'uiln.tt on to push the trust pro
gram during Ihe present st selon "f
inimical. Mr. Kurd refused to dls
.iih. Ins all. s.iyillg that talk of
I, us. loss depression was unworthy of
,1c 111. 1 1.
Hank 'taniinc-iM)if r he lreli"il.
.inli-mti.il. July . - Thlrty-sig
in, lulu is of the National Asaoeieli'"!
of Hank ' 'ollillilssioners conferied
with the piesident and lha rtiarr
of the treasury today wilh regard I"
hitlslation needed in many slates
make possible the membership of
slate bunks lu log federal rsstrva